The Yardbirds. Chris Dreja, Jeff Beck Keith Relf, Jim McCarty and Jimmy Page.

The Yardbirds! A supergroup not many people know a lot about, I mean Jimmy Paige and Jeff Beck, are you kidding?

1960's: The model is wearing British designer Mary Quant's fashion and posing with the English music group The Yardbirds

Mary Quant's Ginger Group 1967 A two page article first published in September 1967 featuring designs from Mary Quant's Ginger Group. The article also includes guest appearances by The Yardbirds, Georgie Fame, James Fox, Jack Bond, David Mlinaric and Mic

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin' | Rolling Stone

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

- On their first album, Led Zeppelin were still in the process of inventing their own sound, moving on from the heavy rave-ups of guitarist Jimmy Page's previous band, the Yardbirds.

The Yardbirds, 1966, Gered Mankowitz

The Yardbirds, 1966, Gered Mankowitz

Shelley Hugh-Jones Garden Design: Trampoline position integrated into the planting. Low buxus hedging, buxus balls mixed with ferns, heucheras and less structured perennials

Trampoline incorporated into border landscaping & in corner up to fence. Shelley Hugh-Jones Garden Design: Trampoline position integrated into the planting. Low buxus hedging, buxus balls mixed with ferns, heucheras and less structured perennials

21 June 1966 ~ Jimmy Page made his Live debut with The Yardbirds, he was 22 years old. Jimmy replaced The Yardbirds bassist, Paul Samuel-Smith. Page kept up his four string duties for a bit before switching to twin lead guitar alongside Beck-until Beck left the tumultuous group too, and The Yardbirds became a quartet with Page on lone lead guitar. It was with this line up that they released their final album. 1967's Little Games.  Rolling Stone|Photo: Getty Images gl

The Yardbirds Chris Dreja, Jimmy Page, Jim McCarty, Keith Relf and Jeff Beck of the Yardbirds pose for a portrait, circa Pre- Led Zeppelin for Jimmy Page

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